In May 1972, for Christian Aid Week, a musical revue based was presented in Bristol, based on parts of the Book of Job. This song was written to accompany a dance expressing an aspect of that man’s brokenness.
This hymn is a vigorous meditation on Matthew 11.2-11. ‘We have been expecting the Messiah’, John the Baptist said. Addressing Jesus, he asked: ‘Are you he? (We have reason to doubt it.)’ The heart of the story, and of the Read More …
When Günter Schlechter, a friend who conducts a choir in Schleswig, asked me for a hymn for St Martin’s Day 2018, I was moved, not least because I had been wondering how Germans would keep the centenary of the end Read More …
This hymn was to complete a sermon given at St John’s Church Maesteilo.
The Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and give his life a ransom for many. (Mark 10.45)
Here is a personal cry
This is a keyboard reduction of the score of ‘Stages SATB’ STAGES_60
This dancey song, written in celebration of the birth of Rachel Claringbull, can be sung as a Round, perhaps with the accompaniment of a tambour.